This is a sample of a much more detailed history. 
Wow, what a busy body!!! Lucinda Hinsdale Stone, my 3rd great grand aunt. Sister of my 3rd great grandfather
Washington, DC, Mar 27, 2014- Congressman Upton Honors Kalamazoo’s Lucinda Hinsdale Stone for Women’s History Month. This year marks the bicentennial of Lucinda Hinsdale’s birth in Hinesburg, Vermont on 30 September 1814. She was the youngest of the twelve children of Aaron and Lucinda Hinsdale.
“Throughout her extraordinary life, Lucinda became friends with other suffragist and abolitionist leaders including Susan B. Anthony, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Lucretia Mott, Lucy Stone, Antoinette Brown Blackwell, and the Grimké sisters. She was also a lifelong friend and admirer of Helen andFrederick Douglass, and even played host to American essayist, lecturer, and poet Ralph Waldo Emerson.
Lucinda Hinsdale Stone, sister of Myron Hinsdill daughter Aaron Hinsdale and Lucinda Mitchell
Girl’s school at the home of Lucinda Hinsdale Stone, 1864-1866 Kalamazoo Valley Museum Photo No. 61.279B
Kalamazoo Valley Museum Photograph, circa 1890
Lucinda Hinsdale, wife of Reverend James Andrus Blinn Stone. Aunt of Marion Hinsdill Withey.

Ladies Library association of Michigan. Another building was the first Woman’s Club in Michigan and the third in the United States. Founded by Lucinda Hinsdill Stone

Sources

Books
Lucinda Hinsdale Stone: her life story and reminiscence
·         Perry, Belle McArthur
·         Blinn Publishing Company, 1989, c1902
·         H 921 S878P
Dynamo of the 19th Century, Lucinda Hinsdale Stone: a summary of her life, causes, and travels
·         Bankston, Sandra 2002
·         H 921 S878B
Articles
“Pioneer for rights started with educating women”
·         Kalamazoo Gazette, 13 March 1991, page B1
“Lucinda Hinsdale Stone: The Mother of Women’s Clubs”
·         Museography, spring 2004, page 17
“Equal rights advocate’s grave to be rededicated” 
·         Kalamazoo Gazette, 30 September 2006, page A4
“Letter: Remembering a giant: Lucinda Hinsdale Stone”
·         Kalamazoo Gazette, 1 October 2006, page A16
Local History Files
Name File: Stone, Lucinda Hinsdale

Orange Dot File: Stone, Lucinda Hinsdale